Father Brown Mysteries 09 The Oracle of the Dog by G. K. Chesterton

By G. K. Chesterton

"I'll inform you what occurred then," acknowledged Fiennes with a grim emphasis. "When we bought again into that backyard first thing we observed used to be Traill the attorney; i will be able to see him now along with his black hat and black whiskers relieved opposed to the point of view of the blue flora stretching right down to the summer-house, with the sundown and the unusual define of the Rock of Fortune within the distance.

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In this case something had gone wrong with the game. He came back to complain seriously of the conduct of the stick. Never had such a thing happened before. " inquired the young man. "It had sunk," said Father Brown. Fiennes said nothing, but continued to stare, and it was the priest who continued: "It had sunk because it was not really a stick, but a rod of steel with a very thin shell of cane and a sharp point. In other words, it was a sword-stick. " "I had a sort of guess," said Father Brown, "right at the beginning when you said the word summer-house.

He called to the dog and left the room with vague but breezy farewells. But he had to call the dog twice, for the dog had remained behind quite motionless for a moment, looking up steadily at Father Brown as the wolf looked at St. Francis.

And it seemed to me that in all this lurid halo of dog superstitions nobody was really thinking about the poor dog at all. To begin with a small point, about his barking at the lawyer or growling at the secretary. You asked how I could guess things a hundred miles away; but honestly it's mostly to your credit, for you described people so well that I know the types. A man like Traill who frowns usually and smiles suddenly, a man who fiddles with things, especially at his throat, is a nervous, easily embarrassed man.

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